Congolese health officials announced on Monday that a total of 186 deaths attributable to the Ebola outbreak affecting the eastern part of the country.
Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Two new cases were identified, the lend young girl residing in me and a two-week-old teenage girl, ”the journal of the Congo Ministry of Health.
The baby and her mother were admitted to a special center in the Beni region, established by the authorities to stop the disease progress and provide care. According to the Bulletin, 88 patients recovered. A total of 298 cases of hemorrhagic fever were reported in the region.
– Ministry of Health DRC (@MinSanteRDC) November 6, 2018
The next visit of the Director of WHO
World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Jean-Pierre Lacroix, Deputy Secretary-General of the Peacekeeping Operations of the World Health Organization
Florence Marchal, the UN mission for the UN mission to the DRC, said the UN should undertake a joint visit to the DRC from 5-9 November.
This edi Ebola-oriented önünde visit said that the two leaders should take care of me in Northern Kivu to deal with the epidemic and to take Beni joint actions 39 against the disease. added.
Danger with virus #Ebol to speed of transmission and spreading. The first step is to isolate the patient from the onset of the first symptoms. Combined with the vaccine, this is the only way to prevent the transmission of the virus. pic.twitter.com/al4rzkwmkf
– Ministry of Health DRC (@MinSanteRDC) November 5, 2018
On October 30, the UN Security Council called all actors callingn to accelerate the fight against the disease. In mid-October, the Congolese officials said they were facing the "second wave" outbreak.
This is the tenth Ebola outbreak in DRC. In 1976, the first one was reported to 318 cases and 224 deaths in the Northeastern DRC.